A Case of Mistaken Identity: How I Became a St. Louis Cardinals Baseball Fan–Kinda Sorta

Me in St. Louis wearing my Cardinals Baseball CapDid you know that “Fan” is short for “Fanatic”?

There are fans, then there are FANS.

I am a fan but not a FAN Get it? Got if? Good! LOL

If you’re scrunching your face up, fear not my fellow baseball fan, all will become clear, just keep reading. 🙂

I enjoy baseball. If I’m going to watch any professional sporting event, then it will probably be a baseball game. And Baseball is just about the ONLY professional sporting event that I’ll actually spend money and time to go see, live, in person.

Among baseball teams, the St. Louis Cardinals are definitely my favorite team, which says something since I live in Dallas Texas and hereabouts there are a buncha Texas Rangers fans who don’t take kindly to folks who root fer them thar varmints who kinda whooped up a bit on the Rangers in a certain World Series matchup that Texans are still trying to forget.

Seeing as I am a Native Texan, rootin for the Cardinals is…

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Eleven time Country Dance World Champion. I love to dance. In the middle of a journey, transforming myself from "unemployed and out-of-shape" to "in-shape and full time dance instructor, writer and graphic artist."

Posted on Thu, Apr 11, 2013, in Misc and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. I think you are probably on a lower fan level than 7. Maybe about a 4 or 5?



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